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  • March 28    
    Join us for a screening of award-winning screenwriter and director Kiel Adrian Scott’s, new short film “Samaria”. The film explores themes of identity and representation as we examine the...
  • March 28    
    A screening of award-winning screenwriter and director Kiel Adrian Scott’s, new short film “Samaria”. The film explores themes of identity and representation as we examine the intersection of jazz...
  • April 3    
    Tobago-born Canadian poet M. NourbeSe Philip reads with US Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith '97
  • April 5    
    A screening of a New York City romantic comedy followed by a conversation with writer and director Rachel Israel '13, producer Kurt Enger '07, and lead actors Samantha...
  • April 11    
    How can we create a more complete history of American art? This panel explores the significance of contemporary artists living and working in the United States of Latin American heritage, and their...
  • April 12    
    Matcha, sencha, gyokuro, hojicha — how many kinds of Japanese green tea do you know? At this talk, Rona Tison, tea expert and Exec. Vice President of ITO EN North America, the global leaders of green...
  • April 19    
    What makes Japanese whisky "Japanese?" That is the question award-winning author and whisky expert Dave Broom set out to answer in his book, The Way of Whisky.
  • May 2    
    Exploring the periods prior to the contemporary use of the Latinx term, this panel presented in partnership with The New School discusses the important avant-garde contributions of artists working in...
  • May 22    
    John Singer Sargent's dazzling use of light and color has made him one of the most well-known and well-loved of the American Impressionists. 

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